• Mar. 17 2017

    Chesapeake Energy – Back from the Brink?

    The Midcontinent Express Pipeline (MEP) stretches through northern Texas and Louisiana into Mississippi, providing transportation away from the Barnett Shale. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the firm contract capacity on the pipe is entirely supply push, largely serving exploration and production companies. And…


  • Mar. 15 2017

    Construction – Nary A Day Without Novel Project Curveballs

    Natural gas pipeline developers contracted to bring 53 natural gas pipeline expansion or new construction projects in-service between the fourth quarter of 2015 and the end of the first quarter of 2017, a total of 4491.8 miles of pipeline. However,…


  • Feb. 27 2017

    Clean Air Act Permitting – Pruitt’s First Priority?

    This afternoon, the Senate is expected to vote on President Trump’s nominee, Scott Pruitt, to head the Environmental Protection Agency. And despite an evening of debate on Capitol Hill, two Democrats, from the energy friendly states of North Dakota and…


  • Feb. 13 2017

    Project Opponents – Condemnation Conundrum for Rover?

    The impact of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) lack of quorum is not yet well understood. With no precedent to lean on, there is plenty of room for speculation. And with each passing day, we gain additional  clarity into…


  • Feb. 10 2017

    Tick, tick, tick…What’s to come for Spectra’s Growth Plans?

    With the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Certificate now in hand for Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover Pipeline Project, the clock continues to tick for Spectra Energy’s Nexus Project. As we close in on the period in which FERC cannot issue…

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